Boca Raton, FL – Police Say, Graffiti On Judaica Store Wasn’t Motivated By Anti-Semitism


    Moca Raton, FL – The person accused of drawing swastikas and writing an anti-Jewish statement on the windows of a West Boca Raton Judaica store last month, may not have been motivated by anti-Semitism, according to investigators.
    A second suspect – a teen facing charges of defacing a car and a bathroom at Town Center at Boca Raton mall with anti-Semitic words — told Boca Raton police that Connor T. Ranieri, 18, of Deerfield Beach — wanted for marking up the windows of the Yiddishkeit store at U.S. 441 and Glades Road — “always does things to look cool and seek attention from his friends,” a police report said.

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